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BALI UPDATE #517 - 07 August 2006

North Bali Festival August 12-14, 2006
Royal Palace, Singaraja, Bali Festival 2006 12th to 14th August.

8/7/2006) An inaugural three-day North Bali Festival will take place in Singaraja, the former capital of Bali, on the Island's north coast August 12-14, 2006

Schedule of Events

• Saturday, August 12, 2006. 7:00 – 9:00 a.m. "5 km Fun Run" along Lovina Beach.

• Saturday, August 12, 2006. Starting from 9:00 a.m. at Taman Kota, Singaraja the opening of organized events including food stalls, martial arts demonstrations, fashion shows and fashion competitions including attendance by Miss Bali Tourism 2005 and Miss Indonesia Tourism 2006 as panel members. Traditional kite flying and painting competitions, clowns, dancers, marching bands and crafts from all over North Bali are among some of the special activities planned during the full day of activities.

• Saturday, August 12, 2006. 3:00 p.m. the quarter finals of the "Miss & Master Beauty & Brains Contest" with the semi-final round to take place at the Singaraja Royal Palace later in the evening.

• Saturday & Sunday, August 12-13, 2006. Nightly performance each evening starting at 9:00 p.m. of the Lovina Jazz & Blues Festival at Spice Café, located on the beach at Kaliasem.

• Sunday, August 13, 2006. Singaraja Street Parade at 3:00 p.m. from the Raka Panji Sakti Statue in Singaraja and ending at the Taman Kota Festival Grounds.

• Sunday, August 13, 2006. Grande Finale Dinner at the Singaraja Royal Palace at 7:00 p.m. Winners of "Miss & Master Beauty & Brains Contest" to be announced; music and cultural performances; and performance of the rare "crow dance," an ancient performance last witnessed in the 15th century.

• Monday, August 14, 2006. A golf tournament at the Bali Handara Kosaido Golf Course in Bedugul.

• Monday, August 14, 2006. Special Brunch and Spouse program with a Sportswear Fashion show.

For more information on the North Bali Festival visit their website.

More information: North Bali Website

Sanur Village Festival August 25-27, 2006
Sanur Community Sets Three Days of Family Fun Activities.

(8/7/2006) The Sanur Village Development Foundation has announced a three-day long Sanur Village Festival to take place August 25-27,2006.

Activities will be held in three main areas: a) Along the entire length of Sanur Beach covering the area marked by Jalan Segara Ayu to the north and Jalan Pantai Sindhu to the south; b) the ijumpi stage facing Sanur Beach between the Hotel Segara Village and Segara Agung Restaurant.; and c) in the cottage area within the Bali Beach Hotel Complex.

While specific locations and timings for each activity have yet to be announced, the preliminary schedule of events follows.

Day One – Friday, August 25, 2006

• Opening Ceremony

• Ijumpi Annual Cooking Competition

• City Tour and Fun Bike Tour

• Wind Surfing, Kite Surfing, and Kayaking Competition

• Jukung Traditional Sail Boat Festival

• Tennis Tournament

• Karaoke Competition

• Painting Exhibition

• Food Festival and Bazaar

• Festival Parade

• Traditional Balinese Dance Performance

Day Two – Saturday, August 26, 2006

• Food Festival and Bazaar

• Ujumpi Annual Cooking Competition

• Jazz Festival

•Sabur Open Golf Tournament

• Wind Surfing, Kite Surfing and Kayaking Competition

• Jukung Tradition Sail Boat Festival

• Kite Festival

• City Tour and Dun Bike Tour

Day Three – Sunday, August 27, 2006

• Kite Festival

• Food Festival and Bazaar

• Ijumpi Annual Cooking Competition

• Underwater Festival

• Final Round Tennis Tournament

• City Tour and Fun Bike Tour

• Closing Ceremony


More information: Sanur Village Website

Bali Bike Fest September 16-17, 2006
Government Targets 2,500 Participants in Event Timed to Herald Celebration of World Tourism Day.

(8/5/2006) Indonesia's Minister of Culture and Tourism, Jero Wacik, has announced that Bali will be the venue for a Bali Bike Festival to be held on the Island September 16-17, 2006.

Organizers are targeting 2,500 bicyclists from both Indonesia and abroad to attend the community-based event intended to form stronger bounds between Bali tourism industry and the local population.

Scheduled to take place just prior to the world-wide celebration of World Tourism Day on September 27th, the Bali event has adopted as its theme: "Bali Bike Fest 2006 - Peace Through Tourism."

Organizers are hopeful that the event will receive widespread support and over time become an annual calendar event.

 

Officials Cull Bird Population in West Bali
Local Authorities Move Quickly to Contain H5N1 Outbreak in Domestic Poultry Populations in Jembrana District of Bali.

(8/5/2006) Bali's animal health officials culled and incinerated more than 1,300 chickens in the West Bali district of Jembrana on Wednesday, August 2, 2006, after 845 free-range domesticated chickens tested positive for the deadly H5N1 virus.

The sudden death of a large number of domestic chickens brought a special team of disease control officials to the affected villages who conducted tests and destroyed birds within a three kilometer radius of the outbreak. Officials also immediately introduced a number of biometric precautions which included the antiseptic spraying of all poultry cages in five separate locations at Jembrana.

While health officials continue to monitor developments in Jembrana closely, no human infections have been reported in connection with the latest outbreak.

H5N1 outbreaks have now been recorded in 27 of Indonesia's 33 provinces.


Indian Ocean Tsunami Alarm System Now in Operation
With Initial Tsunami Warning System in Place, Focus Now Moves to Emergency Preparedness of Local Communities.

(8/5/2006) International cooperation has now put into place a working tsunami warning system covering the countries covering the vast Indian Ocean area.

The rapid deployment of the system precipitated by the widespread loss of life in the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami which killed more than 200,000 people has now focused attention on the preparedness of national and local governments to effectively raise the alarm and implement evacuation programs when and if a tsunami is detected.

Concerns in this regard were only heightened when Indonesian officials were accused of failing to warn local communities of the July 17, 2006 tsunami which struck Java's southern coast and killed more than 600 people.

At a recent three-day meeting that assessed the US$126 million Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System the United Nations' Joseph Chung warned "the system is only as good as the response."

Less than two years after the tragic "boxing day" tsunami of 2004, some 23 sophisticated monitoring systems are now operating in the Indian Ocean that can instantaneously measure and assess sub-ocean earthquakes and their potential for generating a deadly tsunami. These warnings are instantaneously relayed to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (Hawaii)and the Japanese Meteorological Agency who broadcast warnings to countries at risk and independently operated tsunami alarm system [See: Personal Tsunami Alarm System].

A Growing State of Emergency Preparedness in Bali

Over the past week coastal areas around Bali have performed coordinated safety drills involving the public, police, military and local community groups honing their skills on how they would respond to an actual tsunami disaster. In Bali this has included evacuation drills of beachside areas, the transportation of victims to local medical facilities, and public order precautions by the police and military.

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Blindfolded Justice
Barring Last Minute Legal Appeal, Bali Bombers will Be Shot by Firing Squad on August 22nd

(8/7/2006) Amrozi, Iman Samudra and Ali Gufron – the three convicted masterminds of the October 12, 2002 Bali bombing that killed 202 people – may be taken from their cells before dawn on the morning of Tuesday, August 22, 2006 and brought to a desolate beach on Nusa Kambangan Island where they will be blindfolded and shot by a police firing squad.
As required by Indonesian law, the families of the three men were formally notified of the imminent execution of the three men in order to allow final communication with the condemned men.

While the three men have steadfastly refused to exercise a final last-ditch appeal which would further delay their execution, their lawyers are threatening to unilaterally challenge the legality of the retroactive application of the new anti-terror law for a crime committed prior to the legislation's introduction.

The execution of the three, whenever it finally does occur, will perhaps bring some degree of closure to the families of the bombing victims, including the 88 Australians who died in the blast.

While vehement in their opposition to the capital punishment – particularly when applied on foreign soil against Australian nationals, the Australian Federal Government has tempered it opposition in the current instance with Australian Foreign Affair Minister Alexander Downer saying, "the Bali bombers were tried and convicted by Indonesian courts and found guilty of the most heinous of crimes." As a result, while Australia maintains its philosophical opposition to the death penalty, it will not protest the execution of the Bali bombers.

When executed, the bombers' remains will be handed over by authorities to the men's families for final burial. In doing so, Amrozi, Iman Samudra and Ali Gufron will be afforded a final dignity they so cruelly denied their victims on October 12, 2002.

Bali's Traditional Water Rights Must be Maintained
Educator and Former Top Tourism Official Sees Bali's Traditional Culture Under Threat from Diminishing Role of 'Krama Subak' System.

(8/5/2006) The authority of the Krama Subak, or Bali's traditional water distribution councils, is increasingly under threat from national irrigation legislation. The national legislation - which prioritizes water rights in the order of the needs of humans, animals and finally plant agriculture is a reversal of the age-old primacy given by the Krama Subak to agriculture.

The Krama Subak are the traditional councils which have governed Bali's unique system of water distribution for hundreds of years working to create an equitable system to sustain the Island's system of inter-connected rice terraces.

Speaking at a gathering of approximately 100 Krama Subak held in Gerokgak Village, North Bali, on Tuesday, August 1, 2006, Professor Dr, I Gede Pitana, the former Chief of the Bali Tourism Authority, called on the Krama Subak to retain their traditional authority over the Island's water rights.

The meeting, sponsored by the Buleleng branch of the Young Business Peoples Association (HIMPI) and the Department of Agriculture from Udayana University, saw Dr. Pitana point the the Krama Subak's preeminent historical claim to the right to distribute water rights in Bali and the United Nations' acceptance of the primacy of traditional rights as forming the legal basis for retaining Bali's traditional system of water distribution.

Pitana's comments, quoted in the Indonesian language Bali Post, cited the subak system as a cornerstone of Balinese society that is best positioned to help develop the Island's vision of agricultural tourism (agrowisata).

 

Bali Travel Industry Recharges its Batteries
Photographic Coverage of the Latest Recharge Night at Kuta's B’Couple Bar & Grill on August 3, 2006.

(8/7/2006) Hundreds of travel industry workers gathered at the Kuta Paradiso Hotel's B'Couple Bar & Grill on Thursday, August 3, 2006, for a monthly "Recharge Party."

With sponsored drinks, food and entertainment in generous supply, the "Recharge Parties" - organized by Goestamar Ardibrata and his team at Bali & Beyond Magazine are invariably lively affairs marked by warm fellowship among co-workers in Bali's travel industry.

The August venue was B'Couple Bar & Grill a 24-hour sidewalk café in the very heart of South Kuta’s Tuban area.

As the pictures shown on balidiscovery.com show, the Bali travel industry does know how to party.

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Promising Signs on Australian Recovery
Garuda Increases Flights Capacity Between Perth and Bali.

(8/7/2006) More signs that Australian arrivals to Bali are on a slow but steady mend came last week in the form of an announcement from Garuda Indonesia that they will soon add two extra flights per week between Perth and Bali, increasing capacity by a total of 262 seats per week.

In addition to the daily service currently offered by Garuda, additional flights will commence operating on Fridays and Saturdays from August 25, 2006.

The new Bali bound services will depart Perth at 5.35 p.m., while inbound services will leave Denpasar at 1:00 p.m. arriving in Western Australia at 4.35 p.m..

Long-Awaited Executive Class Seats

The extra services will be operated by Boeing 737-400 aircraft offering 14 executive class and 117 economy class seats. Added to the existing all-economy 168 seats per day operated on B737-800 aircraft, this will bring Garuda Indonesia's weekly capacity from Perth to Bali to 1,438 seats, an increase of 22% in overall capacity.

"Our flights to Bali are always full," explained Rob Moro, Western Australia Sales Manager of Garuda Indonesia. "This overwhelming demand is indicative of the continuing resilience and enduring popularity of this island destination," he added.

Mr Moro said: "With bargains abounding in airfare and accommodation packages, there's probably never been a better time to enjoy the Island of the Gods."

Dragon Begets Dragon
Betawi Cultural Performance and Showing of 'Anak Naga Beranak Naga' – a Documentary Tracing the Assimilation of Jakarta's Chinese and Betawi Cultures to be Presented by 'On Stage' on Wednesday Evening, August 23, 2006.

(8/7/2006) Indonesian female director Ariani Darmawan has recently completed the documentary "Anak Naga Beranak Naga" (Dragon Begets Dragon) which uses the traditional Jakarta (Betawi) musical form of Gambang Kromong to trace the cultural assimilation of the Capital's ethnic Chinese community. Taking full advantage of the more open style of expression permitted in modern Indonesia, Damawan explores the intense overlap and cross-fertilization of indigenous Betawi Culture with the cultural traditions of the large ethnically Chinese community found in Indonesia's capital.

By exploring the popular and quintessentially Jakarta musical form of Gambang Kromong, this promising young Indonesian filmmaker demonstrates that modern Indonesian society is indeed a wonderfully rich admixture of the countless ethnicities that comprise Indonesia today. By using music as the medium to explore deeper issues, Anak Naga Beranak Naga demonstrates how the cross-fertilization of Javanese, Sundanese, Deli and Chinese cultures has resulted in a musical form that is greater than the sum total of its component parts. By extension, the film begs the larger question: What constitutes modern Indonesian society and the rich promise of the national motto – "Unity in Diversity" (Bhinekka Tunggal Ika).

A Celebration of Betawi Culture

In addition to a special screening in Bali of the documentary 'Anak Naga Beranak Naga' the evening will also include a live performance of Kroncong Tugu melodies together with a special performance of the Lenggag None dance performed by an accomplished Betawi Dance Troupe.

Presented by On Stage

The single evening Bali premiere of Anak Naga Beranak Naga and a Betawi Culture experience are presented by On Stage - a Bali-based organization that endeavors to celebrate the diversity of the universal human spirit via the regular cultural events in the form of dance, theatre, film and art exhibitions.
Anak Naga Beranak Naga & Betawi Cultural Performance

Anak Naga Beranak Naga - a documentary film by Ariani Darmawan will be shown at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa's Budaya Stage in conjunction with a special Betawi cultural performance at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 23, 2006.

Suggested Admission donation is Rp. 110,000 (approximately US$12.00).

[Anak Naga Beranak Naga Website]

Teaching Your Cook to Cook
Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Offers Unique Cooking Course Modules for Domestic Helpers.

(8/5/2006) Long acknowledged for having one of Bali's most lavish and well-equipped teaching kitchens, the Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay is creating a unique educational opportunity for local domestic helpers to further develop their cooking skills in their fabulous cooking classroom under the direction of the Four Season's Chef I Wayan Ariana.

Available in four modules of 5 hours each, participants will have a hands on experience working with the latest kitchen equipment while acquiring practical cooking tips from one of Bali’s most senior chefs.

The Four Modules on Offer are:

• Saturday, August 19, 2006 – Breakfast Module

• Saturday, September 2, 2006 – Dinner Module

• Saturday, September 16, 2006 – Pies and Cakes Modules

• Saturday, September 30, 2006 – Sunday Roast Module

Each course will run from 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. and costs US$30 plus 21% tax and service per participant.


More information: Email - Four Seasons' Domestic Helpers Cooking Course

Bali Beaches: The Hidden Beauty
Indonesia's 'Spice' magazine Scouts Out 5 of Bali’s Lesser Known Beaches.

8/5/2006) The Indonesian-language monthly magazine Spice, part of the MRA publishing group, listed what it considers to be Bali's best 5 "off the beaten track" beaches in its June 2006 edition. Bypassing Bali's more well known beach side resorts at Sanur, Kuta and Nusa Dua – the popular style and fashion monthly presented its list of five beaches on Bali often otherwise overlooked by visiting sun worshipers.

The five beaches making it to the Spice list are:

• Dreamland Beach - Westward facing and recommended for its sunsets, Dreamland is surrounded by the limestone cliffs of the Island's Ungasan peninsula. While visiting this special white-sand beach, be sure to include a visit to Bali's nearby Ulawatu temple.

• Geger Beach - The thousands of people who stay in the luxurious hotels within the Nusa Dua Complex and Tanjung Benoa are largely unaware of the large white sand beach just minutes away on Bali's southernmost beach. Geger is accessed via a dirt track to the left on the road leading to The Balè and the Nikko Bali Resort. Look for the “Geger Beach” sign.

• Padang-padang - One of Bali's popular surfing beaches, Padang-padang is a slight detour on the road to Uluwatu temple whose entrance is marked by a large bridge. Park near the bridge and walk the short distance to the beach. A great place to surf or sit and admire the daring-do of locals and foreign surfers.

• Blue Ocean Sunset - Also known as Double Six Beach because of the famous beach-side night spot located on this beach, this beach offers swimming, surf and a wonderful selection of trendy restaurants and bars to while away the sunny days and tropical nights. Take the road to "Double Six" and park in the lot just opposite the wide, sandy beach.

• Padang Bai - A number of picturesque and surprisingly private beaches are located in the areas adjacent to the busy ferry terminal connecting Bali to Lombok. Blue lagoons, inexpensive beachside eateries, and local jukung boats to take you on snorkeling forays are just some of the many charms of this collection of beaches just a 1.5 hour drive from Kuta.




 
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